Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Project Eleven and a Challenge

So it's Throwback Thursday over at My Creative Time with Emma. The challenge was to use the New Arrival Cartridge and create a baby themed item. Well I don't have that one so I used Everyday Paper Dolls for the Baby. Now how to get Disney hmmmm .... YEAH! Why not have baby holding his favorite new Eeyore stuffy.
I am actually sending this card to my cousin for her new baby boy that was boy this past week. SO excited for her. Plus my mom loved Eeyore, so she would love that I am including her in the card.

The Card
8 1/2 x 11 inches white card stock folded in half
Blue paper cut to 8 1/4 x 5 1/4 inches
Pattern Paper is by Bo Bunny cut to 4 1/4 x 7 3/4 inches

Cartridge: Everyday Paper dolls
Baby cut at 5 1/2 inches
face is page 28 blackout
     I hand drew the face .... yes I do so really need peechy keen stamps lol
Outfit is page 29 cut then used the Cuttlebug, Swiss Dot Folder.
    I drew the lines and dots with gel pens

Cartridge: Pooh Font page 66
cut at 2 1/2 inches

Baby and name:
Cartridge Pooh Font
Normal and Shadow all cut at 1 1/2 inches

Ribbon: AC Moore


  1. Awww...too cute of a card! Great way to create for this theme. Lovin' the Donkey...heehee.
    Great job!!! TFS
    Here is a link to my new blog for you to glance at:
    Sweet Creations!!!

  2. Becky, you did an AWESOME job w/your card my friend!! I LOVE IT!! Thank you for joining another throwback Thursday challenge!
    Big Gypsy hugs,

  3. a precious card good job love eeyore

  4. Cute card perfect for a new baby. Love the little Eeyore, he's so cuddly.

  5. very cute!!! Just got your comment on my blog. Yes I got the desk at Ikea. They dropped the price of the Expedit bookcase this year to $99 and the add on desk was $50. I thought that wasn't a bad price for both since I'm going to have it forever. (don't think hubby will buy me anymore furniture he has to put together for awhile). I really do love it though and definitely reccomend it. The desk is big enough where me and my friend both sit and work at it. HTH! -Samantha :-)